Sport Dimitar Berbatov pictured after joining Monaco on loan

Eddie Howe knows he needs more firepower in his side if they are to avoid relegation straight back to the Championship

Album: Wretch 32, Black and White (Levels/Ministry of Sound)

In the wake of last week's riots, the North London rapper Jermaine Scott, aka Wretch 32, is bound to be tagged as the Voice of Young Tottenham, though there's much more going on in his rhymes – both musically and lyrically – than that kind of simplistic link might suggest.

Lombok calls in administrators

The furniture chain Lombok went into administration yesterday in a move resulting in the closure of nine stores.

Morrissey, Brixton Academy, London

The last time I saw Morrissey at the Brixton Academy, he was in The Smiths and lines of horse-backed police awaited our exit. The police are out in force in nearby streets as I arrive tonight, and the singer alludes to the weekend's unrest, wondering if David Cameron has ever been to Tottenham and pointedly playing "People Are the Same Everywhere". But Morrissey always carries a self-provoked micro-climate of trouble.

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Unlike the riots of 30 years ago, actions last week had no clear explanation. And that's a real challenge for the chattering classes

David Lammy: Prejudices of the few eclipsed by civic pride

Little more than a week after the first disturbances on the streets of London, one thing is clear: there are those who will use the past week to promote their own prejudices.

Stories from the frontline: We kept hearing 'officer down' on our radios

Residents, shopkeepers, police officers and looters – all have a tale to tell of a week when lawlessness gripped the country

Starkey raving bonkers! Historian accused of racism on riots

David Starkey's TV career in the balance after he says Enoch Powell was right and that 'whites' have become 'black'

Sheldon Thomas: We must nurture a forgotten underclass

The invisible became briefly visible last week. That's our cue to recognise need and potential in young people, and to help them up

Leading article: Liberalism has improved Britain – its defenders must speak up

When David Cameron spoke of "pockets of our society that are not only broken, but frankly sick", in his first response to the recent rioting, he was saying no more than would have been expected from a Conservative prime minister in such circumstances.

Calm is restored to Tottenham – but the anger remains

Jerome Taylor tests the temperature in the streets of the north London district where this week's riots began

IPCC admits it wrongly said Duggan fired at police

The police watchdog body investigating the shooting of Mark Duggan, the man whose death sparked riots in north London, admitted yesterday that it may have "inadvertently" briefed journalists incorrectly that the father-of-four fired on officers before he was killed.

Howard Jacobson: They may be criminals, but we're the ones who have created them

That form of looting known as corporate larceny continues to rage unchecked

Ed Miliband links riots to scandals

Labour leader Ed Miliband today linked looting and riots which swept England to the MPs' expenses scandal, banking crisis and phone hacking.

Appeal over death that sparked riot

A witness appeal has been made exactly a week after Mark Duggan was shot dead in Tottenham.

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